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Steve Mueller

 

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Post  Posted 14 Feb 2019 8:54 pm    
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Does anyone know what effect(s) J D Maness was using on the Desert Rose Austin City Limits YouTube video? Perhaps a Leslie-type pedal? Sounds great with that Emmons. Show recorded early 80's I think.
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Mark Eaton


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Post  Posted 15 Feb 2019 3:12 am    
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The show I believe is from 1988, one can watch the whole thing on YouTube. I am having a difficult time sharing the link because I’m on my phone but it’s easy enough to find on the site.

Not sure about the effects myself but maybe Jay Dee will see this thread an enlighten us.
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Steve Mueller

 

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Post  Posted 15 Feb 2019 6:21 am    
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That would be great. Hope to hear from him!
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Floyd Lowery

 

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Post  Posted 15 Feb 2019 7:09 am    
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Sounds like a flanger to me.
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tom anderson

 

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Post  Posted 15 Feb 2019 9:05 am    
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I always thought he was using a chorus.
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Tucker Jackson

 

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Post  Posted 15 Feb 2019 9:42 am    
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Steve Mueller wrote:
Show recorded early 80's I think.

tom anderson wrote:
I thought he was using a chorus.


As required by law in the early 80's.
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Skip Edwards

 

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Post  Posted 15 Feb 2019 10:17 am    
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It was a Yamaha 1005 chorus unit. He also used a Yamaha SPX-90, to smooth out the chorus, he said.
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Mark Eaton


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Post  Posted 15 Feb 2019 10:31 am    
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Thank you Skip.

Desert Rose formed in 1985. Below is a link to their performance on Austin City Limits:

Episode 1303 in 1988 - Rosanne Cash/Desert Rose Band.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q-T18IpvdSY
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gary pierce


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Post  Posted 15 Feb 2019 1:32 pm    
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Thanks for the link Mark, that was an awesome set.
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Bob Carlucci

 

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Post  Posted 15 Feb 2019 1:39 pm    
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gary pierce wrote:
Thanks for the link Mark, that was an awesome set.

Indeed it was,, best country band of all time, bare NONE.. Honorable mention to Buck and the Buckaroos, Emmy's Hot Band, and Poco, but c'mon Jorgenson and Maness trading licks, and Hillman and Pederson harmonizing???.. world class... bob
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Skip Edwards

 

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Post  Posted 15 Feb 2019 3:42 pm    
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Absolutely, Bob.
And don't forget the rhythm section of Steve Duncan and the late Bill Bryson.
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Steve Mueller

 

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Post  Posted 15 Feb 2019 8:40 pm    
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Thanks for the input guys. I agree, that band was without equal, absolutely killer. The only possible competition is the Hot Band.
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Steve Mueller

 

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Post  Posted 15 Feb 2019 8:40 pm    
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Thanks for the input guys. I agree, that band was without equal, absolutely killer. The only possible competition is the Hot Band.
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Larry Dering

 

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Post  Posted 16 Feb 2019 2:36 pm    
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Jay Dee was on his A game for sure. Great band.
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Jack Hanson


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Post  Posted 17 Feb 2019 1:23 pm    
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Bob Carlucci wrote:

Indeed it was,, best country band of all time, bare NONE..

Hard to argue with that assessment. Jay Dee at his very best. And what can you say about Jay Jay's jacket? Cut from material resembling Vox grille cloth -- too cool for school!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g0TuIsYYHa0
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John Goux

 

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Post  Posted 24 Feb 2019 10:23 pm    
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God bless and RIP Bill Bryson. One of the greats.
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Jimmie Misenheimer

 

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Post  Posted 25 Feb 2019 8:26 am    
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I'm sorry, but which one was the drummer...Jimmie
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Chris Tarrow


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Post  Posted 25 Feb 2019 8:40 am    
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To me this sounds like tape warble on the recording, not chorus on the steel. Like it was dumped from a VHS or something.
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Roger Rettig


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Post  Posted 25 Feb 2019 9:15 am    
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Each time I hear JayDee I wonder if he's not my favourite player of all time! The spirit of what he's doing here is what drew me to steel guitar all those years ago.

Best ever band? A toss-up between this one and the mid-'70s' Hot Band. Hard to call, really.

I agree with Chris - there's some sort of tape distortion here. Whatever it is, it's not essential to what JayDee's playing - that's all in his amazing right hand!
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Chris Tarrow


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Post  Posted 25 Feb 2019 9:38 am    
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There is definitely a stereo chorus or similar modulation effect on the steel on a lot of the recordings. Man this band is ridiculous, now I want to give up not only the steel but the guitar as well. [insert crying emoji]
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Joachim Kettner


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Post  Posted 25 Feb 2019 9:52 am    
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Jimmie Misenheimer wrote:
I'm sorry, but which one was the drummer...Jimmie

Steve Duncan
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Gaylen James


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Post  Posted 25 Feb 2019 10:03 pm     twin steel guitars
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OK OK, I got it.
J.D. and Hank Devito in a twin steel battle
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Chris Brooks

 

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Post  Posted 26 Feb 2019 5:17 am    
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Don't forget Jaydee's early work, for example backing up Tony Booth, Shuffles rule!

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Chris Reesor

 

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Post  Posted 27 Feb 2019 6:44 pm    
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Yes, a great band in all ways. Dug them then and still do. The chorus sounds do kind of place them in their era, but they are subtle and tasteful.

I remember only too well trying to get "that sound" out of a Boss chorus pedal, only to find it simply ain't in there. Sad
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Paul Wade


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Post  Posted 2 Mar 2019 3:41 pm    
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Chris Tarrow wrote:
There is definitely a stereo chorus or similar modulation effect on the steel on a lot of the recordings. Man this band is ridiculous, now I want to give up not only the steel but the guitar as well. [insert crying emoji]

Yea Chris I am with you on that brother

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